nothing annoys me more than people being like “LEARN TO TAKE A JOKE” when you find something offensive or disgusting like where am i learning to take this joke? to the fucking trash where it belongs?

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booty made out of straws so you can SUCK MY ASS

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Temporary tattoos for @fabulouslyfeminist what designs would you like??

OH GOSH so excited to make temp. tattoos for FabulouslyFeminist! What designs would you like to stick on your body?

“i slept. and woke on the other side of my life.”
— nayyirah waheed (via nayyirahwaheed)

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Polish art deco painter, glamorous socialite. Born to a wealthy family in Poland, she escaped to Paris with her husband in 1918, where she immediately began to pursue painting. Her style borrowed from the deconstructed forms of the cubists, combined with the sleek decadence of art deco. Well known for her scandalous sexual appetite along with her art, she was constantly having affairs with men and women, and fell into a circle of notable bisexual women including Vita Sackville-West and Colette. In 1939, she moved to America with her second husband to escape WWII, and became a favorite artist among the Hollywood set. Her work fell out of favor in the 1960s, only to find a new surge of popularity shortly before her death.

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#vulva earrings in the works @fabulouslyfeminist

“I’m going to refer to you as a term that is overwhelmingly used to refer to men and if you feel like that associates you with maleness then that just proves your own sexism for not accepting traditionally male terms as neutral. I get to call you whatever I want because obviously I know best, especially when it comes to people who aren’t me”
— ~some RJW (via cishits)

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Free Angela and All Political Prisoners (2012), Shola Lynch

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Finally, a use for all those boxes of Lego sets you won’t let your parents get rid off.


“Critics generally don’t associate Black people with ideas. They see marginal people; they see just another story about Black folks. They regard the whole thing as sociologically interesting perhaps, but very parochial. There’s a notion out in the land that there are human beings one writes about, and then there are Black people or Indians or some other marginal group. If you write about the world from that point of view, somehow it is considered lesser. We are people, not aliens. We live, we love, and we die.”
— Toni Morrison (via blackcontemporaryart)

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